jv16 PowerTools 5 is an application that enables you to clean and manage your Windows registry entries, while it also allows you to remove installed programs with a minimal amount of effort.
Simple UI and some of the tools you can use and tweak
After a brief installation process, you are welcomed by a quick tutorial that informs you that the software automatically creates backups before there are any changes made to your computer. It becomes pretty clear that this product is designed for both beginners and expert users. That is why you can select the interface viewing mode.
The simplified mode is indeed easy to navigate through. In the Home section, you can clean and fix your computer (registry errors, junk MRU and history data, temp files, start menu and desktop items), speed up your system (e.g. disable low disk space check, disable all Windows shortcut keys), control which programs automatically run at startup, fully remove applications and leftovers, or verify that your downloads are safe to run.
Manage files, registry entries and installed programs
Registry Tools offers you access to a manager, finder, Registry Find and Replace, cleaner, compactor, information, and monitor tool, while File Tools let you encrypt, decrypt, copy, execute, merge, delete, split, wipe, mass-rename, organize, clean and recover files, etc.
System Tools is a part of jv16 PowerTools where you can use a software uninstaller, startup manager, start menu tool, automation tool, service manager and system optimizer, while the Privacy Tools module enables you to delete history and wipe a disk.
Backup data and make changes to output paths
Registry backups, file backups and others can be deleted or restored at any time, and you can also view the operations you have performed in the Action History section.
Furthermore, you can customize the interface, output paths for settings, backup directories, disable automatic backups and automatically check for program updates, select language, and more.
Unfortunately, the Help file is only available online, and the program uses a high amount of memory resources. It generally takes several seconds to load a feature, yet it does not freeze or crash.
In conclusion, jv16 PowerTools is a good place to start tweaking some of your system’s components. We certainly recommend it to both novices and power users.
And Turn off antivirus software before install software